Northern Colorado Friends of FeralsNorthern Colorado Friends of Ferals
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals is committed to bettering the lives of community cats and reducing euthanasia in our shelters through our Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) program, finding homes for kittens, and treating cats with medical needs. Read more
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals is committed to bettering the lives of community cats and reducing euthanasia in our shelters through our Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) program, finding homes for kittens, and treating cats with medical needs.
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals was founded in February 2009 by Leslie Vogt and Jan Link. As of March 2015, the organization has altered 5000 cats, found homes for 524 cats and kittens and barn homes for over 200 cats in need of relocation. All this has been done with volunteers. Our aim is to serve rural and low economic areas with few resources and many cats.
THIS IS AN AMAZING ORGANIZATION!!! I have been volunteering for NCFF for a little over a year now. When I first started, I was welcomed by open arms and friendly faces, who helped me find MY niche in this important work. Everyone involved is 1000% committed to helping the feral cats of No Colo and SE Wyo. It is very organized and extremely well run, and has made an immense difference in the lives of thousands of cats, and the lives of their caretakers for that matter! I would very highly recommend volunteering with NCFF, you can literally count the lives you are making a difference for! A very rewarding way to make a huge difference for cats, who are so under served, and so needy... all for one weekend day a month!!
I absolutely LOVE NCFF. The leadership, organization, and support are unmatched. This group's commitment to a very vulnerable population is amazing and heartwarming. The work done in this group has saved COUNTLESS lives, and prevented thousands of others. I have been volunteering for NCFF for 3 years now, and I don't see myself ever stopping. I feel empowered and energized doing this work.
For six years this group has been providing a great service to our community by spaying, neutering and vaccinating homeless cats and kittens. As a result, the numbers of felines admitted to the local shelter has decreased significantly. I've been so fortunate to be part of the group almost from the beginning. The monthly clinics are well organized and have a fantastic, loyal group of volunteers and vets. New volunteers are always made to feel welcome and appreciated unlike some other groups I've volunteered for. At the end of the day, I know that we've made the lives of these animals better and that feels just great!